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Book your tickets (at no cost) on Webtickets

Date: Friday, 22 to Monday, 25 September

Time: 10h00 to 18h00

Venue: Zeitz MOCAA, Silo District, V&A Waterfront

Tickets: Available at no cost from or at the door

Contact: V&A Information Centre on 021 408 7600 /

Cape Town, 20 August 2017 — The largest museum of contemporary art in Africa in more than 100 years will open its doors free of charge to the public during its Grand Opening on Heritage Weekend this year!

Entrance to the museum will be free from Friday, 22 September to Monday, 25 September, as a celebration of the momentous occasion.

However, to avoid overcrowding, visitors will still be required to present a ticket for entry to the museum. Tickets will be available – at no cost – from Webtickets from 1 September, and also at the door during Heritage Weekend.


Johannesburg, 31 August 2017: The multi-talented Khanyi Mbau is the host ofBET’s new 13-part reality series, The Big Secret, which debuts on BET Africa(DStv channel 129) on Wednesday, 18 October at 21:30 CAT.
The show will provide compelling viewing as participants reveal their darkest secrets in their search to free themselves from emotional burdens. Confessors will divulge their secrets to Mbau and then come clean to family, close friends and/or lovers in a gripping final reveal.
Says Mbau: “Secrets trap people and stop them from progressing with their lives. The show is a platform for guests participating to free themselves emotionally and finally choose to live the life they were destined to. The Big Secret aims to support participants to build, empower and inspire themselves.”
The producers of The Big Secret hope that by watching the series, viewers find the courage and inspiration to begin their own personal journey towards unburdening themselves and reclaiming their lives.

Continue reading is set to introduce a revamped schedule this September. The changes come in light of the addition of premium international content and a shift in the strategy of the channel.

Days Of Our Lives will air Mondays to Fridays on at 5:30PM from 4 September. Days Of Our Lives has been a staple show on local television screens for many years and now has a new home on and long-time fans of the show can now enjoy the soapie in prime time.

Fans of the crime and investigation programming will be pleased to know that these shows will remain in the e family of channels. This programming will bolster the offering on e Extra, which is available on OpenView HD (Channel 105) and DStv (Channel 195).

The channel’s music show, Club 808, moves from 6PM to 4:30PM from Friday 8 September, meaning that The Steve Harvey Show will only broadcast every Monday to Thursday at 4:30PM. Continue reading

Twenty-six-year-old Tshego Mosupye from Pretoria has been crowned the winner of the MTV Base VJ Search in partnership with Breezer at a thrilling finale party in Soweto.

Tshego – who maintained his cool during tough challenges as he stepped into first place over strong competition from more than 8000 hopefuls –now has the opportunity to meet and mingle with the biggest music stars in the world at international award shows and attend the best parties courtesy of a 12-month contract with MTV Base. His prize package includes an Edgars Active voucher to the value of R20 000 and accessories from Jabari.

This is the beginning for him, he believes: “It’s not only about the links and swag, there is a higher responsbibility about how we serve our fans. As a VJ one must be fully aware of what’s happening in the streets and current affairs in relation to the music. I am thrilled and humbled to share the stage with an iconic brand as MTV Base, a channel that is always ahead of our time and always shifting youth culture. I am grateful for the opportunity to learn and grow – the possibilities for me are endless!”

The final episode of MTV Base VJ Search was broadcast on MTV Base (DStv channel 322) on Sunday where a triumphant Tshego rose to the title ahead of fellow finalists Kuhle Adams and Gontse Makgoba. Continue reading

25 August 2017: Prejudice against women in business and corporate is very real. If you have read Lean In – Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Nell Scovell and Sheryl Sandberg, you will know that this is a reality for many women around the world, but according to Mignonette Fair, co-owner of EditA – a one-stop language shop for anyone with a story to tell, women are their own worst enemy in business more often than not. Under the EditA banner, Fair collaborates with Cecilia Mnisi from MMJ Interpretation Services and they are geared towards changing perceptions about women leading successful businesses by being the change they want to see.

“I think the greatest challenge to overcome as a woman in business is small thinking. We don’t believe in ourselves enough and hide behind our “small” businesses. We fight each other for scraps when the pie is actually more than big enough for everyone,” says Fair. Continue reading

Johannesburg, 22nd August 2017 – Leading South African Mobile Network Cell C, officially launched an exciting partnership and app with media personality Bonang Matheba. The app is the first of its kind and will curate exclusive content to subscribers and fans.
“Bonang by Cell C” boasts features such as exclusive photos, videos, never seen before content and will grant subscribers an all access pass into Bonang’s life as she shares tips on make-up, outfit of the day to her videos and songs.

Inside the app:
Love it – Get tips and learn about Bonang’s favourite items and habits.
Play it – Listen to Bonang Matheba’s song and playlist picks and watch her favourite videos of her personal life with friends and family.
Do it – Get recommendations on what to eat, how to dress, best places to go and experience your own celebrity moment.
AMA (Ask Me anything) – Shoot your question and Bonang will have the answer for you.
24/7 – Automatic feed of Bonang’s social updates from Twitter and Instagram. Continue reading

Former Sharks, Stormers and Ajax Cape Town Mental Performance Coach, Tom Dawson-Squibb, provides critical tips on how to remain disciplined during training to ensure you are at your finest.

1. Define it

The crucial thing to remember when it comes to discipline is that it is very subjective and therefore, it is imperative to clearly define the context of how you intend to reach your targets. This will enable you to have a finite line in sight. If you leave this too ambiguous you may find yourself becoming increasingly frustrated as you will be unable to evaluate your progress.

2. Rome wasn’t built in a day – baby steps

You are unlikely to go from a couch potatoe to an Olympic athlete in a day so rather try to improve your self-discipline in incremental steps. Take time to reflect on the little gains you have made, from the chocolate you avoided, to the run you went for rather than watching TV. You will gain momentum and become more disciplined far easier in this way than if you try and go from zero to hundred in one day.

3. Reward yourself for small wins Continue reading

Indoni Miss Cultural South Africa 2017 finalists representing their respective cultures were announced at a jubilant ceremony in Ballito, KwaZulu-Natal, on 19 August. The event formed part of the Indoni Women’s Summit where inter-generational discussions were held on issues such as culture, its values, moral regeneration, and on growing young women leaders.

The young finalists, called princesses, were chosen by a panel of judges within their regions to represent their cultures, based on a variety of criteria that include Indoni Culture School exam results, their understanding of their cultures, living their cultural values, cultural performances, and their confidence and ability to be an effective ambassador for their culture in the forthcoming year.

Says Sibongile Nzimande, CEO of Indoni SA, “The Indoni Miss Cultural South Africa is not a true beauty pageant. It’s much more than that. It is founded on the premise of moral regeneration, which is desperately needed in this country. With the upsurge in crime and abuse against women, through our Indoni programmes and festivals, we hope to achieve a return to true African cultural values where the spirit of uBuntu and respect and caring for all people is prevalent.” Continue reading

MTV today announced that the 2017 “VMAs” will bestow P!nk with its highest honour, the “Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award,” for her trailblazing impact on music, pop culture, fashion and philanthropy. P!nk will perform her new single live on Monday, 28 August on MTV (DStv Channel 130) at 02:00 and 21:30 CAT.

Known for her boundary-breaking and rebellious nature, P!nk’s legacy spawns a 17-year long career as a powerhouse vocalist and performer. The prolific singer/songwriter has created some of the most memorable pop songs and music videos of our time from “Don’t Let me Get Meand “Try,” to “F**kin’ Perfect” and “Trouble.” With this honour, P!nk joins the prestigious list of past Vanguard recipients including Michael Jackson, Madonna, Peter Gabriel, Guns N’ Roses, Beastie Boys, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Beyonce, Kanye West and Rihanna.  

Her latest single, “What About Us” was released last week and hit #1 on iTunes in 26 markets, Top 5 in 36 markets and Top 10 in 48 markets on the day of release. The track was also the 2ndgreatest gainer at Top 40 and Hot AC Radio. Rolling Stone called the single, “an emotional dance floor anthem,” while Billboard said it’s “an anthem for our times.”
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